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Personal Injury Trusts - Protecting compensation following an accident

The compensation you receive following a personal injury claim can have an effect on the rest of your life. You want to make sure the outcome is a positive one. 

Wrigleys are a specialist firm of solicitors focused on helping clients through the difficult and confusing issues following a personal injury claim. We’ll make sure the compensation you receive is protected by a dedicated and focused team of professionals.

We will establish a Personal Injury Trust using the award from your personal injury claim. The value of the trust is ignored for the assessment of eligibility to most means-tested benefits and/or local authority support.

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What are the main advantages of a Personal Injury Trust ?

These are listed below. 

  1. Protecting your means-tested benefits
  2. Protecting your compensation from the high cost of long-term care fees
  3. Reducing the cost of care at home
  4. Protecting the payment for you, the beneficiary of the trust and your family
  5. Gaining extra peace of mind with less hassle
  6. Gaining extra personal security

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